Monster Nature presents
Peacock Willy's Humpday w/ TV Girl & Le Blorr
Saskatchewan, Florida Kilos, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Dirty Names
1042 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL, 32803
This event is 18 and over
TV Girl is an American, indie-pop band made up of Trung Ngo and Brad Petering from San Diego, California. They play some lo-fi rock and they are influenced by Beat Happening and surf music.
In late 2010, their Todd Rundgren sampling song "If You Want It" gained traction on the internet and became popular enough for Warner Music Group to take notice and take it down. Their second EP, Benny and the Jetts, is available for free through their facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tvgirlz Their Debut Mixtape "The Wild, The Innocent, The TV Shuffle" was released through Das Racist's Greedhead label. It's available for free on the internet.
Le Blorr is the Florida based duo of Chris Hess (Cookie) and Adam Winn (Hot Damm). Their debut EP "Bim Bom" combines elements of psychedelic rock n' roll and electronic dance music weaved together with Bossa Nova interludes that create a lucid dream for willing listeners.
Saskatchewan began as the project of Orlando, Florida based multi-instrumentalist Chandler Strang, whose inspiration was culled from the passion and intensity of muses like Tears for Fears and Phil Collins. Strang began collaborating with several other Orlando based musicians to further develop the dreamy aesthetic of his initial solo material. After the release of several EPs, the now full-fledged band, who has toured with Gauntlet Hair, Mister Heavenly, Hundred Waters, and Levek, amongst others, will release their debut album entitled, Occasion, on April 30, 2013 via Father/Daughter Records.
Roadkill Ghost Choir
Roadkill Ghost Choir is an indie folk-rock band from DeLand, Florida.
Brothers Andrew (vocals, guitar), Maxx (drums) and Zach (bass) Shepard make up half the band while Kiffy Meyers (pedal steel, banjo, guitar), Joey Davoli (keys, trumpet) and Stephen Garza (lead guitar) complete the band’s sound. It wasn’t until Andrew was offered his first solo gig in 2010 that he decided to form a band to fill out the songs he recently started writing for a live setting. After the band went through several name changes in the early stages of its creation, Roadkill Ghost Choir was formed.
While the member’s major influences include Wilco, Gram Parsons, Bob Dylan, and Fleetwood Mac, there are also undercurrents of Radiohead and Nirvana, lending the band an impish edge with broad appeal.
In 2012 Roadkill Ghost Choir finished recording their debut E.P. , Quiet Light, with producer Dave Plakon and engineer Mark Mason at North Avenue Studio. It was mastered in Omaha, Nebraska by Doug Van Sloun (Bright Eyes, She and Him).
Hailing from the mid Atlantic region of the U.S.A, Dirty Names (formerly The Names) have arrived with the purpose of bringing back the lost art of pure Rock and Roll with a new twist. This up and coming band is comprised of five young men who have been playing music since they could shake a rattle. Dirty Names are: Harrison Cofer on guitar, Matt Rose on drums, Kit Whitacre on guitar and Sam Wetterau on bass guitar with each member featured on vocals. The Dirty Names are currently touring the east coast, spreading their gospel and building a Rock and Roll community.
What's next for the Dirty Names? Continuing to deliver the high caliber, high energy shows that they are known for at a venue near you.
So get off your ass and go see a Dirty Names show!!!
Peacock Willy's Humpday will pay tribute to all of you hard working folk, who wish to splice your week with a healthy dose of Love, Community, Music and Booty Shaking Rock n Roll.
For $10 you have Full Access to BOTH Will's Pub and Peacock Room for the entire night. The venues are exactly 0.2 miles from each other and parking is always free and never a problem to find.
Peacock Room - Doors: 6:30
Roadkill Ghost Choir
Will's Pub - Doors: 9:00
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